||Information from the American monthly Current Population Survey, based on a sample of 50,000 households. Site includes an overview of the work, the history of the survey, details of the methodology employed, news releases and publications, and access to the most recently available data. Statistical information available on subjects such as; unemployment, housing, earnings and education. Time series data is also available for examination of trends.|| |
|Information about food consumption, prices, expenditures, US income and population from 1970 to 1997. Considers how consumption patterns have changed over this period, revealing that Americans now consume about 50 percent more grain products and around 25 percent more fruits and vegetables, per capita, than they did in 1970, and are consuming higher amounts of caloric sweeteners and added fats.|| |
|Variety of US census data: population, housing, agriculture, construction, economics, foreign trade, government, and industry.|| |
|Publications relating to the US Federal budget for the fiscal year beginning in October 2000. Features the presidential economic report and budget message, analytical documents, historical tables of economic data, a budget guide for the general public, and an explanation of the systems and concepts used to formulate the budget. All documents are keyword searchable, and can be downloaded individually as PDF files.|| |
|Offers access to the most frequently requested U.S. Census Bureau information at national, state, and county level. Presented in tabular form, the data illustrates facts about the people, business, and geography of a particular area. At state level, these statistics are presented alongside the corresponding national figures, while county|
level statistics can be compared with state data.
|Set of documents discussing structural changes to the US economy in relation to economic indicators. Topics covered include industrial and occupational change, globalisation, dynamism and competition, the information technology revolution, the impact of the new economy on Americans, foundations of future developments, the knowledge economy, the productivity paradox, and popular myths about the 'new economy'. Available in HTML format or as a PDF file.|| |
|Set of nearly 300 reports and datasets from the economics agencies of the US Department of Agriculture, covering US and international agriculture and related topics. Most reports are text files that contain time|
sensitive information. Most data sets are in spreadsheet format and include time-series data that are updated yearly.
|Provides data and resources on non|
profit organisations in the US including databases, state profiles, fact sheets, Internal Revenue Service forms and a guide to the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities Classification System.
|Several hundred thousand economic time series, produced by a number of US Government agencies, distributed in a variety of formats and media and put into a standard, easy|
to-use form for personal computers. These series include national income and product accounts, labour statistics, price indices, current business indicators, industrial production, information on states and regions, as well as international data.
|Offers online access to US state rankings, state and county profiles, population data and frequently requested tables.|| |
|Search tips for locating statistics and a list of ten sources, most of which are from the US government.|| |
|The purpose of the Center is to collect and report statistics and information showing the condition and progress of education in the United States and other nations in order to promote and accelerate the improvement of American education.|| |
|Datasets from articles in the Journal of the American Statistical Association.|| |
|Delivers vital economic, business, and international trade information produced by the US. Government so that citizens can make important decisions in their businesses, careers and personal finances.|| |
|Gateway to the full range of statistical information produced by over 70 agencies in the United States Federal Government.|| |
|Offers data on economic damage from hurricanes, floods and tornadoes in the United States and its territories. Provides information for each state affected in graphical form, alphabetically, and ranked according to frequency of event.|| |
|Describes the methodology by which the Bureau of Labor Statistics obtains economic data covering topics such as employment, compensation, occupational health and safety, productivity, technology, economic growth, prices and living conditions.|| |
|Collection of documents covering the fiscal year beginning 1st October 2001. Includes a citizens guide to the Federal budget, and a database of historical budget data. Documents are presented as PDF files, with many of the tables offered as spreadsheets.|| |
|Offers US State and regional income and employment data from 1958 to 1997. Available data includes personal income by major source and earnings by industry, wages and salaries by industry, full|
and part-time employment by industry, farm income and expenses, and personal tax and non-tax payments. Search results can be displayed on a browser, or delivered via anonymous FTP.
|Current Federal economic indicators and information produced by a number of Federal agencies including income, output, employment, unemployment and earnings, production and business activity, prices, money, credit and securities markets, transportation, and international statistics.|| |